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Question about Asuma's king.

Discussion in 'Naruto Translations' started by Therahedwig, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. Therahedwig

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    The translation I've read gave me and others the impression that Asuma was talking about a person rather then a place or institution.(negating the konoha is king theory)

    And my question is, is it like that in the original or is Kishimoto being really vague about it?
     
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  2. theleaningelm

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    The original reads "dare", i.e. "who" and not "what". And there's already another thread discussing exactly what he meant. :D
     
  3. Pinkaugust

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    It's Naruto, I just know it, Kishi is lame...
     
  4. Yosha

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    then do not read the manga if it bothers you that much.
     
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    for sur its naruto..he is the target of aketsuki..so he need to be protected...
     
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    Now that is a good piece of adivce.
     
  7. Therahedwig

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    Yes, I saw that, but it was because of that thread I wanted to make sure he said specifically who, instead of what.

    But still, I grateful for your help :)
     
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